Maui Vacation Rentals by Owner
Why Book a Vacation Rental on Maui Directly by Owner?
Maui is America's paradise. There is so much to do on this small island that you could spend a lifetime exploring Maui's beaches, mountains, tropical vegetation and quaint villages. You can ride a bike (or a car) to the top of Mount Haleakala to see the sun rise (a favorite Maui pastime), ride the waves on Maui's north shore or just relax on one of the island's 81 accessible beaches. One of the best ways to enjoy all that Maui has to offer is to rent a Maui vacation home. Renting a home allows you to savor the many attractions on Maui at your own pace, while saving money on meals and other amenities.
Maui vacation homes, Maui vacation rentals, Maui villas, and Maui condos are the most enjoyable and often economical ways to experience the tropical beauty and relaxed atmosphere of Maui. If you're looking for an action-filled family-friendly Maui beach vacation, book a Kaanapali Maui vacation rental and enjoy water sports, long stretches of beach and plenty of activities for young and old.
If you want to enjoy a taste of Old Hawaii with modern amenities, book a Lahaina Maui vacation rental and experience the warmth, history and crystal clear waters of West Maui. Want to savor one of Maui's most up and coming areas? Book a Wailea Maui vacation rental and enjoy the relaxed elegance of Maui's southwest coast. A Hana Maui vacation rental gives you a chance to explore Maui's wild southeast coast with in all its tropical beauty, while giving you and your family room to spread out and relax. Whatever your travel tastes and budget, we have a Maui vacation rental for you.
Rent a Maui Vacation Rental Directly by Owner
There is no place like home…except when you stay in a Maui vacation rental. Whether you are looking for an upscale, beachfront condo or a more affordable family-friendly and pet-friendly cottage, Maui's diverse neighborhoods have something for you. Reserve your vacation rental directly by owner and ask about the Maui attractions near them.
Lahaina Maui Vacation Rentals
Lahaina is one of Maui's largest communities, and also one of its oldest. The West Maui town was the capital of Kingdom of Hawaii before the seat of government moved to Honolulu in the 19th century. The town was also an important whaling and trading center during the 19th century and ships from all over the world docked there. Staying in a Lahaina vacation rental home allows you and your family to experience this history while basking in the warmth of the Hawaiian people and the Maui sun.
Today, you'll find an interesting mixture of historic sites, art galleries, quirky eateries and championship golf courses in Lahaina. The town's name is Hawaiian for "cruel sun" and describes the area's consistent sunshine aptly. Cruel for some, perhaps, but fortunate for vacationers. A Lahaina vacation rental home gives your family the space it needs to best enjoy their vacation as well as a chance to save money on meals by cooking breakfast and snacks at "home."
Kaanapali Maui Vacation Rentals
The activity at Kaanapali, located along Maui's northwest shore, centers around the wide, mile-long Kaanapali Beach. One of the first resort areas to be developed on Maui, the area still entices thousands of visitors each year. Kaanapali has everything you'd expect from a world-class resort--open air restaurants, an abundance of water sports, championship golf and one of America's best beaches. A Kaanapali Maui vacation rental puts you in the center of all of the action.
A Kaanapali Maui vacation rental makes a convenient and centrally-located home base from which to explore the many attractions of West Maui. In addition, you're only a short drive from the natural beauty of Mount Haleakala and tropical Hana. Whether you enjoy relaxing on the beach with a good book or being a part of the casual camaraderie of West Maui, a Kaanapali Maui vacation home is right for you.
Kihei Maui Vacation Rentals
Another West Maui community, Kihei combines almost perfect, sunny weather with miles and miles of white sand beach. You're never far away from the ocean in Kihei. It's always within walking distance. Kihei is also home to Kelia Pond, a national wildlife conservation district. Birdwatchers and nature lovers will find a good selection of Hawaiian wildlife there.
A Kihei Maui vacation rental is a good way to experience the best of Maui at a reasonable price. The area offers the best the island has to offer--sun, surf, good food and relaxed charm.
Hana Maui Vacation Rentals
If your idea of the perfect vacation is to get away from the crowds while still enjoying the natural beauty of Hawaii, a Hana Maui vacation rental is for you. Hana, located on Maui's southeast shore, is connected to the rest of the island by the scenic, 68-mile Hana Highway, known for its 620 curves, 59 bridges and numerous waterfalls. Visitors are attracted to the area for its uncrowded beaches, peaceful atmosphere and abundant tropical plants and animals.
Wailea Maui Vacation Rentals
If you'd like to try a more luxurious, yet relaxing Maui vacation, consider a Wailea Maui vacation home rental, an upscale, planned community on West Maui. This region is home to a number of gated, luxury condo and housing developments with all of the amenities you'd expect from a Wailea vacation home rental. The area has championship golf, uncrowded beaches, seafood and other excellent restaurants and abundant shopping opportunities. Not even the power lines detract from the view; they're all buried underground.
Experience the Best Maui Vacation Rentals have to Offer
Some Fun Facts about Maui:
· Maui is the second largest island in Hawaii
· Maui is 48 miles long and 26 miles wide and has 120 miles of shoreline.
· Maui is a favorite winter destination for the humpback whale, who spends time there before returning to Alaska for the summer months. Around 1500 whales can be found in Maui's waters each winter.
· The average temperature on Maui ranges from 75 to 85 degrees year round.
· Maui has 81 beaches.
· Maui's highest point is Mount Haleakala, at 9470 feet. It's a great place to view the sunrise.
· Maui's nickname is the "Valley Isle."
· Maui has approximately 140,000 permanent residents.
· The food on Maui is a mixture of Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, Filipini and native Hawaiian cuisines.